The Playstation 4 might not be available for sale until November 15 but gamers will start to be able to get their hands on it today. Sony announced on its official blog this afternoon that PS4 retail demo kiosks will be available at select stores starting today.
The roll out will be relatively slow at first, with Sony stores being the first retailers that will offer up the kiosks. If you happen to be someone who doesn't have a Sony story anywhere near you, it doesn't appear you will have to wait all that long to get your hands on the new console.
Sony said that it will be rolling out the demo kiosks to other major retailers such as GameStop, Best Buy, Target, and Walmart in the next few weeks. This really shouldn't come as much of a surprise since the game will be on retail shelves in the United States in less than a month.
This is just the latest tidbit from the electronics giant, who still seems to be thumping Microsoft when it comes to handling the media game. Earlier this week, Playstation 4 games starting popping up as available for pre-order on PS3 dashboards.
Are you going to run out to your nearest Sony store this afternoon and start playing the PS4?